Kim Iversen and Robby Soave react to the Cleveland baseball team changing their name from ‘Cleveland Indians’ to ‘Cleveland Guardians’.
Kim Iversen and Robby Soave discuss the viral video of a Wisconsin police officer allegedly planting evidence and the spread of misinformation that followed.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) blasted former President Donald Trump on Monday for recent comments towards Republicans about halting all negotiations with Democrats on the bipartisan infrastructure bill
On today’s What America’s Thinking, a new Hill-HarrisX poll finds 58 percent of voters approve of President Biden as president while 42 percent disapprove. Also, new Gallup poll recorded Biden’s lowest approval yet. Robby Soave and Kim Iversen discuss.
Krystal and Saagar examine the huge increase in wealth obtained by Nancy Pelosi since she first became House Speaker.
Krystal and Kyle bring on Dan Price to talk CEOs and so much more.
Krystal and Saagar are joined by Derek Thompson to better understand how advertising destroyed news and how to fight vaccine refusal.
Saagar breaks down all of the issues with the new mask mandates and lockdowns being pushed by Fauci and his media allies
Krystal analyzes the lack of trust in US media and how they routinely ignore corporate America’s criminal activity
Krystal and Saagar discuss the White House’s involvement in Hunter Biden’s corrupt art sales
Krystal and Saagar look into the increases in the Pentagon budget provided by both the GOP & the Democrats.
Krystal and Saagar share their perspective on the new report confirming the NSA unmasked Tucker Carlson.
Krystal and Saagar review the decision made by Biden’s Justice Department to drop its investigation into Andrew Cuomo’s nursing home debacle.
Krystal and Saagar break down the polling data 6 months into Biden’s presidency.
By Daniel Y. Teng Epoch Times New South Wales (NSW) Police Commissioner Mick Fuller has labelled protestors who attended the massive July 24 Sydney rally against COVID restrictions “anarchists.” Fuller revealed that police had received over 10,000 tip-offs regarding individuals involved in the protests and that 57 people […]
Krystal and Saagar look at the polling data on the Biden presidency, Tucker Carlson’s spying claim, Pentagon budget increase, Andrew Cuomo getting let off, Hunter Biden’s art sales, incompetent vaccine politics, what the corporate press ignores, and more! You can now watch the video from your Supercast member […]
I am probably one of the few people on earth who is something of a fan of both Karl Marx and Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn, despite serious disagreements with both. As a general rule, I think the Left is pretty good at criticizing the Right, and the Right is […]
Reporter suspended for smearing herself with mud and pretending to have helped with flood-cleanup efforts
By Alia Shoaib Insider A German reporter has been suspended for smearing herself with mud to make it appear that she had been helping clean up a flooded town. In a news segment for “Guten Morgen Deutschland” on RTL, Susanna Ohlen suggested that she’d been participating in the […]
At least the America Stasi pays better than the DDR version did. “I put my emotions behind me to do what I thought was right,” said Jackson Reffitt, whose GoFundMe hit $140,000 after he turned in his own father to the FBI. I find it hilarious that the […]
By João Carvalho The French philosopher, sociologist and political scientist Raymond Aron dedicated the following words to Clausewitz in his work on the great military theorist of the nineteenth century: It seems that we owe the great books on action to men of action that fate deprived of […]
Exactly. “Social Justice” is just the latest rendition of social conservatism/bourgeois morality. Social conservatism isn’t static. It changes relative to time and place like anything else. Even the staunchest 1950s-style American social conservative was a flaming liberal compared to a medieval Catholic social conservative or an ancient Roman […]
By Thaddeus Russell, Reason What happened when some indigenous people took their lands back from the state. I first heard about the autonomous movements in Mexico from my anarcho-communist college buddies in the early 1990s. They loved the idea of indigenous people taking up arms and seizing control […]
By Christopher Rufo, New York Post Ibram X. Kendi’s name appears everywhere: in school curricula, corporate training programs, even the Navy’s official reading list. The Boston University prof is a blazing supernova in the constellation of radical-chic race activism. But be warned: His philosophy would jeopardize the bedrock […]
“You voted for a MONSTER because you were afraid of a GAME SHOW HOST” -JD
Shortly before dawn on August 21, 1992, six heavily armed U.S. marshals made their way up to the isolated mountaintop home of Randy and Vicki Weaver and their children on Ruby Ridge in Northern Idaho. Charged with selling two illegal sawed-off shotguns to an undercover agent, Weaver had […]
David Spuria is the host of the ‘Radical Independent’ YouTube channel, as well as the very popular channel “The Real Music Observer.” David joined Pete to discuss why he stopped calling himself a libertarian and to give his thoughts on a possible dystopian future and whether libertarians can […]
Krystal and Saagar answer questions you submitted about the vaccine skeptics, Jan 6th incarceration, good news segments, student debt forgiveness, live shows, and more!
Ex-mobster Sammy ‘the Bull’: Cops should’ve drew their guns on Derek Chauvin and told him to get off Floyd’s neck
By Sky Palma, Dead State. Sammy “the Bull” Gravano started his life of crime as a member of the New York street gang “The Rampers,” later becoming an associate of the Colombo crime family, and ultimately becoming the the underboss of the Gambino crime family under the infamous […]
Betrayal, Vengeance, and the Anarchist Ideal: Virgilia D’Andrea’s Radical Antifascism in (American) Exile, 1928–1933
By Lorenza Stradiotti A contribution to histories of women in the interwar transnational antifascist movement, particularly radical exiles, we focus on VirgiliaD’Andrea, a noted Italian anarchist exile from fascist Italy who spent her final exile in New York, 1928–33. An intellectual, writer-poet, and orator belonging to a small […]
‘Some are still suffering’: Months after Capitol riot, police who fought the mob contend with physical, psychological pain
By Peter Hermann Washington Post More than six months after Police Sgt. Aquilino Gonell battled the mob that stormed the Capitol, he remains hobbled, a hand scarred, a shoulder aching, recovering from surgery to an injured foot that swelled so large it no longer fit his shoe. The […]
By The Center Square Epoch Times A Sartell-St. Stephen School District student is speaking out after the school required grade-school children to take an equity survey. Some students didn’t understand some of the surveys questions, but were told by a teacher they couldn’t repeat the survey questions to […]
By Peter Weber, The Week The U.S. is seeing a surge in COVID-19 cases driven by the Delta variant. Just how dangerous is it? Here’s everything you need to know. What is the Delta variant? The Delta variant of SARS-CoV-2 — the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 — was first […]
Transnational Feminism’s Radical Past: Lessons from Italian Immigrant Women Anarchists in Industrializing America
By Jennifer Guglielmo This article examines the activism of working-class Italian immigrant women anarchists in the United States as a window into the world of early-twentieth-century transnational feminism. Emerging from a diasporic, multiethnic network of labor radicals, the women in this movement did not seek inclusion within the […]
By Jack Phillips Epoch Times A federal court on Friday ruled that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) overstepped its authority by halting evictions during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Cincinnati-based U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously agreed (pdf) with a lower court ruling that […]
By Andrew Sullivan One of the most influential Jewish critics of Netanyahu’s Israel talks foreign policy with the Dish. Peter is a long-time friend and fellow former editor of The New Republic. His latest book is The Crisis of Zionism, and he’s the editor-at-large for Jewish Currents and […]
By Andrew Sullivan And the realism that requires we live with it. There’s a story in a recent Atlantic memoir by a Uyghur refugee that lingers in the mind. The Chinese authorities in Xinjiang Province now regard the possession of any religious literature, including the Koran, as prima […]
By Matt Taibbi Eight days ago, on July 15th, The Guardian published an apparent bombshell by reporting curiosity Luke Harding and two other writers, entitled, “Kremlin papers appear to show Putin’s plot to put Trump in White House.” The paper claimed to have gotten hold of “leaked Kremlin […]
By Matt Taibbi Universities built palaces and financiers made fortunes in part through a lie: that student loans can’t be discharged in bankruptcy. But a series of court cases is helping unravel the scam. Stefanie Gray explains why, as a teenager, she was so anxious to leave her […]
By Zachary Stieber Epoch Times About four dozen fully vaccinated people in New Jersey have died from COVID-19, health officials say. Forty-nine deaths among the population have been recorded since December 2020, the New Jersey Department of Health confirmed to The Epoch Times. Some 5,300 people who had […]
I used to do strike support work for the United Mine Workers when a coal strike was going on in the Southwest Virginia coalfields back in the late 80s.
“Yes the purple Smurf’s are annoying Joe, just ignore the voices in your head and they will go away” ~ Don Lemon
The American Dream is “Who You Know.” It’s always been about that. Ties. Pledges. Suck-ups. Bribes. Blackmail. It’s never been about “work hard all by yourself.” Maybe .01% of people who grow up poor get out of that class bracket. The class system is set up in such […]
By Michael Shellenberger Solar Panels Will Create 50 Times More Waste & Cost 4 Times More Than Predicted, New Harvard Business Review Study Finds. Three years ago I published a long article at Forbes arguing that solar panels weren’t clean but in fact produced 300 times more toxic waste than high-level nuclear […]
I’m not sure about the degree to which there has actually been a “police pull back” following last year’s anti-police protests. Insufficient research has been done on the subject. But it is entirely possible, even probable, that there has been a police retreat in some localities, or in […]
The majority of Americans continue to be opposed to a national police force. By India Opzoomer, YouGovAmerica n the wake of nation-wide protests against police brutality and violence this year, some commentators proposed the creation of a national police force to replace or aid local law enforcement organizations. A YouGov survey conducted at the […]
This article is a year old. I have long believed the power elite wants to create an official national police force as a means of replacing local law enforcement agencies, which are viewed as more haphazard, in favor of a more centralized system of law enforcement. While liberals […]
By Toni Monkovic and Jeff Asher, New York Times Cities can be like people in at least one respect — it can be tough to shake a bad reputation. A recent New York Times quiz revealed some common misperceptions about crime trends, the most widely held of which […]
This article makes a pretty strong case that the supposed “crime wave” we are now experiencing is limited to homicide as opposed to crime generally. Some types of crimes are actually declining. And the rise in homicides is directly traceable to the economic, social, and psychological effects of […]
This is an interesting article. Many of these “progressive prosecutors” are still far too moderate for my tastes, even if they are an improvement over some of their rivals and predecessors. But, interestingly, criminal justice reform has become an issue that is the basis of cleavage between centrist […]
Author of ‘The Fourth Turning,’ and Managing Director of Demography at Hedgeye Neil Howe joins Yahoo Finance’s Kristin Myers to discuss the possibility of a succession crisis in the United States and to share his predictions for the next decade.